The turn in Terminal 1 of Toronto’s Pearson International Airport
An image of Sanford Fleming Building at the University of Toronto on a summer day. Its one of the main Engineering buildings located at southern end of the St. George (main) campus.
An image of Torrey Pines Christian Church that I took from La Jolla Village Scenic Drive! It was a Sunday afternoon and the church was completely empty except for a few cars that I’m assuming were for security or whoever keeps the church open. I really wanted to walk down to the fountain and take a an image looking directly at the church but I didn’t want to offend anyone so I decided to take this image from a distance and keep on walking. What is the genearl rule of photographing churches? I’m assuming that they are considered public buildings and hence fair game!
I would only imagine that is known as “The Beach House” in La Jolla Cove, its located right on the edge of the Pacific Ocean. I took this image right after the sun had set and before the sky turns pitch black. Happy Friday everyone
La Jolla Shores Hotel is a companion property owned and operated by La Jolla Beach & Tennis Club, Inc. It opened its doors to the public in 1970 and its been made famous for its one-of-a-kind front-row views of sand, surf and sunsets from its balconies and courtyards.
One of the challenges of photographing reflective buildings is to find that sweet spot were your reflection doesn’t show in the building. This the US bank by the La Jolla executive tower, Happy Friday everyone
Hart house is a student activity center at the University of Toronto, it was established in 1919 and its considered as one of the earliest student centers in all of North America! However I’m not really sure what the sign really symbolized since it mentions 1911-1919 which I’m assuming is when they began and ended construction? Thats my best guess